Binding Order on Hyper-V Cluster Nodes and a 2012 R2 SMB3 SAN

I am attempting to understand the Binding Order that Microsoft would consider best practice.   Here is a screenshot of what I have now...

What should the correct Binding order (considering I am using NIC Teaming).  Also, I only have enough switch ports for 1 10Gbe on each server (even though they are dual port NICs).  However I am still using NIC teaming.
Edit: I am open to suggestions on how I should allocate roles like Live Migration, Management etc as this is a brand new lab.
Edit: Apparently I am not supposed to be teaming with SMB3 under certain circumstances:

Edit: Or perhaps teaming is correct method:

Thank you.
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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
At one time we were concerned with binding order (our blog post on the matter).

There is no longer a need to police the binding order settings in the 2012 RTM/R2 and 2016 era.

We've been running clusters on 2012 RTM/R2 with nary an issue versus the problems we used to see in the 2008 RTM/R2 era.

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